Citigroup's first-quarter earnings beat expectations on both profit and revenue thanks to improvements on loans and credit spreads.
In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
The firm has the cheek to put the safety of its staff ahead of cab drivers worried about the increased congestion.
Hmmm - so it wasn't the U.S housing market after all.
The bank's private equity portfolio saw a huge write down in the first quarter of 2013.
Britain is a deeply divided country.
Nearly one-fifth of British businesses favor complete withdrawal from the European Union, a new survey has found.
Kareem Serageldin, the ex-global head of Credit Suisse’s structured credit trading business, pleaded guilty to conspiracy, saying that when he discovered subordinates falsifying the value of mortgage-backed bonds in late 2007, he joined the scheme rather than stop it.
George Osborne's controversial efforts to rekindle the housing market will help to prevent Britain's economy from flatlining this year, according to a forecast.
Goldman Sachs has awarded CEO Lloyd Blankfein a $5m cash bonus to be paid out in three years if he meets certain targets, on top of $21m in 2012 compensation.
Credit Suisse was ordered by a Texas judge to pay Highland Capital Management $287.5m for losses on a $540m refinancing of a shaky real estate development.
The China head of hedge fund manager Man Group said on Monday that she had not been taken into custody by Chinese authorities, denying media reports that said she had been assisting a police investigation into market volatility.
China's National Bureau of Statistics on Monday revised down 2014 gross domestic product (GDP) growth to 7.3 percent from a previously reported 7.4 percent.